hepatoid

hep·a·toid

(hep'ă-toyd),
Resembling or like the liver.
[hepato- + G. eidos, resemblance]

hepatoid

/hep·a·toid/ (hep´ah-toid) resembling the liver.

hep·a·toid

(hep'ă-toyd)
Resembling or like the liver.
[hepato- + G. eidos, resemblance]

hepatoid

resembling the liver in its structure.

hepatoid cells
polygonal cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and small, round nucleus, resembling a hepatocyte and found in perianal glands of dogs.
hepatoid gland
see perianal gland.
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Hepatoid carcinoma is a unique type of extrahepatic adenocarcinoma with a significant component or entire tumor showing hepatocellular differentiation.
Histopathology diagnoses were squamous cell carcinoma (three cases), basal cell carcinoma, perianal mucinous adenocarcinoma, hepatoid carcinoma, and apocrine carcinoma with squamous differentiation.
These cells were hepatoid in appearance, with distinct cell borders and abundant, deeply eosinophilic to basophilic, finely granular cytoplasm.
Among the topics are neoplastic mimics common to the entire gastrointestinal tract, neoplastic mimics of the serosa and mesentery of the gastrointestinal tract, hepatocellular or hepatoid neoplastics mimics of the liver, vascular neoplastic mimics of the liver, the gallbladder and biliary tree, and the pancreas.
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Hepatoid adenocarcinoma of the renal pelvis producing alpha-fetoprotein of hepatic type and bile pigment.
The histopathologic type of gastric carcinoma include well and poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma, hepatoid adenocarcinoma and denososquamous carcinoma.
Hepatoid adenocarcinoma (HAC) is an exceedingly rare tumor.
This tumor has different histologic patterns: typical (reticular, solid, papillary, parietal), polyvesicular, hepatoid, glandular, and mixed.
4) Almost always a unilateral solid or partly solid and cystic tumour, displays a wide range of histologic patterns like microcystic, endodermal sinus, solid, alveolar-glandular, papillary, myxomatous, macrocystic, hepatoid, primitive endodermal or polyvesicular vitelline.